> Figure 6. Venn diagram showing the overlap of the various diagnoses based on the new definitions. The numbers displayed represent the estimated count of U.S. adults (in millions) in each section. For example, 29 million people are overweight but have normal cholesterol levels and blood pressure, whereas 26 million have all three of these conditions. The number of diabetic patients within each section is given in the boxes.

From "Changing Disease Definitions: Implications for Disease Prevalence. Analysis of the Third National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 1988-1994" Effective Clinical Practice, March/April 1999. 2:76-85.

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Figure 6. Venn diagram showing the overlap of the various diagnoses based on the new definitions. The numbers displayed represent the estimated count of U.S. adults (in millions) in each section. For example, 29 million people are overweight but have normal cholesterol levels and blood pressure, whereas 26 million have all three of these conditions. The number of diabetic patients within each section is given in the boxes.

Figure 6. Venn diagram showing the overlap of the various diagnoses based on the new definitions. The numbers displayed represent the estimated count of U.S. adults (in millions) in each section. For example, 29 million people are overweight but have normal cholesterol levels and blood pressure, whereas 26 million have all three of these conditions. The number of diabetic patients within each section is given in the boxes.

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